Question: How to tell if two different network models are statistically significantly different from one another?

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**170**wrote:I have two networks A and B. I have the following information:

For **A**:

- Average node degree of A = 3.2
- Structure of A is like this:

And for **B** I have this information:

- It's a 5-node Bernoulli random network model without self-loops
- with parameter p = 0.5 (probability for each edge to be in the graph)
- significance level alpha = 0.05
- Approximate distribution of the average node degree for B is as follows:

Is A statistically significantly different from Bernoulli random network model B? How can I assess this? What things should I look at? Does looking at the expected average degree `E(G) = (n-1)p`

help?

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